Mon, Dec 2
Mon, Nov 25
Sounds good to me, the original phrase was tested (positively) at Wikimania, but I'm fine with
"Comparing two revisions of an article will show the difference between those revisions by highlighting any content that was changed."
Looking good! Thanks for this fix @Tsevener!
Fri, Nov 22
Ooh! I like that we get to keep the header sometimes! Thanks @Tsevener for the great work!
Looking good! Thanks so much @Tsevener!
@Tsevener Sorry, to have not caught this earlier, but the edit summary text and editor information is looking a bit small on the individual revision. Would it be possible to use the body text size here but the current text size on the comparison (diff) page?
Wed, Nov 20
@Tsevener this is looking and behaving so well! I love the animations, they feel so polished and natural!
@Tsevener thank you so much for your hard work on this ticket! The themed pages are all looking really good!
Tue, Nov 19
@SBisson Can we keep the unfurled styling as described above and use this full page view for the table, this way we can use the D-pad directional keys to navigate, although if there are links in the table we might need to first place focus and then use the same key being tapped as a scroll. If this doesn't work we might want to just strip links from within tables.
@SBisson, sorry I forgot to define this, but yes, let's please make images focusable like the links in an article
@SBisson sorry for the delay, I've had to wrap up some work for iOS.
Mon, Nov 18
Thanks for making all of these updates @Tsevener! Everything is looking so good! One small tweak, on the History page the back arrow in the header still appears to be blue instead of the same color as the link text.
Such delight in the waiting ;) Thanks @Tsevener, this is looking and acting great!
Looking good! Thanks for catching this, @Mhurd!
Good catch @ABorbaWMF
Here's an updated graphic without the glow-y shadow behind it:
Sorry about that, uploaded here with a clear background:
Sorry about that, I've exported the asset here with a transparent background:
@Volker_E I think following the same logic as the ones underneath would be great!
Thu, Nov 14
@Tsevener yeah, I think as long as the cap is higher than most articles, this should work (eg. 500 just felt much too low)
And I would say that ideally, having the exact number for number of edits is probably slightly more necessary than raw number of editors.
Wed, Nov 13
Do you really want us to use pt unit and not px?
@SBisson the unit setting was just based off of what I had seen as a label for font sizing on other apps. If px makes more sense, I'm fine with that.
@SBisson That's a good idea, we can treat expanded tables as a new window, therefore allowing for left and right movement.
While I like the idea of flattening a table to a single column, I imagine this would be hard to do with the large variety of tables out there. I'll work on a pop-up design for next week.
Per our conversation at sync yesterday:
Thu, Nov 7
@Volker_E looking great! Would it be possible to center the first illustration under the header 'Using illustrations' though?
Nov 5 2019
(Dark theme) When 2 revisions are selected, do we want to fill the remaining cells with disabled colors like we do for the light themes?
@NHarateh_WMF good point! Let's use the mid background color #222 for the background and dot fill
When a user taps back from selecting a search result they should be brought back to the search result screen from the article not all the way back to empty search
Nov 4 2019
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Oct 29 2019
@SBisson perfect! Thanks!
@SBisson would it be possible to just not show the placeholder and then extend the text to fill the space that the image would have taken up? This is what we do on iOS.